Dietary Support

Aneurin Bevan University Health Board (ABUHB) work in close partnership with Families First Health and Wellbeing staff to offer a range of 1:1 and family support linked to healthy eating advice. 

Dietitian picThe Community Dietitian offers direct support to families via a weekly clinic, helping families who:

  • Have poor knowledge of food and nutrition
  • Have poor knowledge of childhood nutrition and management of fussy eating
  • Are underweight (but do not need referral to mainstream services)
  • Are overweight or obese
  • Are overweight and pregnant

Weight management & fussy eating programme:

MEND 2-4 and 5-7 years is suitable for all children between these age ranges and their parents/guardians and is a healthy eating and active play programme. These programmes are currently delivered three times a year at Newport Centre and have proven to be an extremely beneficial source of support for parents. Attending this programme can help tackle issues such as fussy eating and constipation and reduce your child's risk of becoming overweight in the future.



Useful links

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